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Here's a list of 10 healthy, gluten-free whole grains. If you suffer from celiac disease or have been avoiding gluten for a long time for another reason, chances are you are already familiar with some of the grains listed below (such as millet, buckwheat, quinoa, amaranth, wild rice and brown rice).
However, we've also included some less common gluten-free grains (and pseudograins) such as teff, Job's tears (aka Asian Pearl Barley or Hato Mugi), canihua, and sorghum (aka Milo).
The health benefits of nuts are that they can supply many of the nutrients usually obtained from animal sources. These include Vitamins B, phosphorous, and protein. They do not have the whole range of amino acids that the body needs to make its own proteins. Nevertheless, combining them with bread, grains and pulses will ensure that your diet supplies a healthy balance of all the essential amino acids.